Tsatsiki —Friends Forever | Chicago Reader

Tsatsiki —Friends Forever

A warm and fuzzy Swedish feature about a Stockholm boy from a hip bohemian family who's perturbed by misunderstandings with his best buddy and a girlfriend from a troubled family. The boy's mother, a rock singer, and grandfather, a jazz musician, are both tolerant of eccentricities, and the boy gets along equally well with stepdad and his biological father, who takes care of him during the summer in his Greek village by the sea. Director Eddie Thomas Petersen gently presents the impressionable youngster's worries and disappointments, which he easily overcomes with the encouragement of his blissful extended family; the film's portrayal of enlightened Swedes borders on stereotype. In Swedish with subtitles. 84 min.


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